WikiLeaks / Bradley Manning Newslinks 12 May 2013

12 May 2013 —


WikiLeaks: NSA Menon apprised US about PM Singh’s frustration over Pakistan


WikiLeaks reveal that National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon told US embassy that PM Manmohan Singh was confused and frustrated on how to deal with Pakistan. “Menon confirmed that, fundamentally, the PM was frustrated and confused about who …


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Wikileaks / Bradley Manning Newslinks 4 May 2013

4 May 2013 —


Government-operated spyware on the rise around the world – report


More and more regimes across the world are using Western-made ‘lawful intercept’ software to spy on their own citizens, a brand new report has revealed. Citizen Lab, a digital research unit at the University of Toronto, says that servers running …


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Media Lens: ‘The Stupidest And Most Extreme Section Of The British Left’

23 April 2013 — Media Lens

An Appeal For Your Support From Media Lens

In a media alert earlier this year, we described our under-resourced challenges of the corporate media as ‘jousting with toothpicks’. Although the analogy was light-hearted, the work of Media Lens is serious and would not be possible without your support.

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Audio: The unstable politicians in the US are dangerous – WikiLeaks spokesperson

20 December 2012 — Voice of Russia

In an exclusive interview with the Voice of Russia, WikiLeaks official spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson speaks about the Freedom of the Press Foundation and their new initiative to provide help and assistance to members of the press who are being persecuted for seeking to tell the truth. In particular the FPF offers a way to circumvent the illegal extra-judicial blockade against WikiLeaks. He also talked about unstable and dangerous American politicians. Continue reading

If There Was Ever a Time for Peace — It’s Now

17 December, 2012Global Research

2012 is quickly drawing to a close, and while many celebrate the season with family and friends, the war machine maintains its imperial depravity with total disregard for humanity and an insatiable appetite for power and profit. And big media lends it credibility because morally bankrupt leaders and institutions of power keep them on their payroll. It’s a vicious cycle that leaves a gaping void where the truth should be.

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How the BBC betrayed the NHS: an exclusive report on two years of censorship and distortion By Oliver Huitson

27 September 2012 — Open Democracy

In the two years building up to the government’s NHS reform bill, the BBC appears to have categorically failed to uphold its remit of impartiality, parroting government spin as uncontested fact, whilst reporting only a narrow, shallow view of opposition to the bill. In addition, key news appears to have been censored. The following in-depth investigation provides a shocking testimony of the extent to which the BBC abandoned the NHSDownload the PDF of this article. Continue reading

WikiLeaks intervenes in the U.S. federal election – Vote WikiLeaks!

3 October 2012Wikileaks

From today WikiLeaks has decided to intervene in the U.S. federal election. It is clear that whether Republicans or Democrats are in power, without the sort of pressure we can exert when we are at our strongest, the U.S. government will continue to declare the whole world a battleground.

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Israel on the Offensive In Bid To Press President Obama To Attack Iran By Danny Schechter

13 September 2012The News Dissector


New York, New York: It feels like Iran Week in the USA


Using an exaggerated if fictive Iranian threat to create nuclear weapons as their pretext, Israeli politicians are blatantly and publicly inserting themselves in America’s Presidential elections, demanding that President Obama do their bidding by articulating so-called “red lines” to further threaten Tehran.


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Bradley Manning Newslinks 19 February 2012: Bradley Manning nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

19 February

Bradley Manning nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
Western Telegraph
Bradley Manning, who faces counts including aiding the enemy over the leak of thousands of documents to the whistleblower website WikiLeaks, has been nominated by the The Movement of the Icelandic Parliament. In a letter to the Nobel Peace Prize …

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The death of David Kelley: First court hearing Mon 19 Dec & vigil from 10am

16 December 2011 — The David Kelly Inquest Fund

At long last a step closer to a coroner’s inquest into the death of Dr. David Kelly. This would be the first time a court would hear the medical anomalies that led many to conclude that Dr Kelly did not commit suicide. Will the lid on the government cover-up about the case and this pandora’s box be lifted?

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Wikileaks Newslinks 28 July 2011

28 July 2011 —

WikiLeaks angry that PayPal supports anti-Muslim organization
Washington Post (blog)
By Elizabeth Flock WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange speaks during a news conference in London in 2010. (Lennart Preiss – AP) Updated 8:09 pm The man behind the attacks on Norway last Friday has boasted of being a part of several anti-Muslim …

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The boycott law subverts Israeli democracy — Haaretz

11 July 2011 — Ha’aretz Editorial

Knesset members who vote for the anti-Boycott Law must understand they are supporting the gagging of protest in an effort to liquidate democracy.

Today, the Knesset was slated to approve the final reading of the Boycott Prohibition Law, which imposes severe punishments on anyone who calls, directly or indirectly, for boycotting Israel. Inter alia, the law says any person or organization that calls for boycotting Israel, including by calling for a boycott of the settlements, would be deemed guilty of a civil offense. Organizations that call for boycotts would not be entitled to receive tax-deductible donations or obtain funding from the state.

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Wikileaks Newslinks 11 July 2011

11 July 2011 —

Visa starts then halts Wikileaks donations acceptance
By Dave Neal PAYMENT FIRM Visa has explained why it briefly accepted donations made to Wikileaks and then promptly stopped. The firm was discovered to have dropped its embargo at the end of last week when Datacell, its Iceland-based hosting company …

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Wikileaks Newslinks 9 July 2011

9 July 2011 —

Visa again blocks funds for WikiLeaks
USA Today
By Raphael G. Satter, AP LONDON — Visa said Friday it has closed a donation channel to WikiLeaks after a payment processor briefly accepted money transfers to the anti-secrecy site. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange attends a debate on the subject of …

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Wikileaks Newslinks 8 July 2011

8 July 2011 —

WikiLeaks’s Partner Says Visa, MasterCard Lift Payment Block
By Aoife White and Donal Griffin – Thu Jul 07 22:35:05 GMT 2011 WikiLeaks’s payment provider, DataCell, said it’s again able to accept credit-card payments seven months after Visa Europe Ltd. and MasterCard Inc. (MA) blocked donations to the website. …

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